Under the Services category on the left hand side, click on Endpoint Protection
Click on the Policy Name you wish to edit.
Under Network Protection, you will find Firewall Rules. Click on that to expand it.
Once you have this expanded, click on the button labeled Add Rule.
You will see a pop up window like the one below.
Name the rule to describe what you are doing
Select Connection from the drop-down menu as Block, and Connection Type Inbound & Outbound.
Under Computers, select from the drop-down menu Choose Computers, and Individually.
Enter the URL/IP you wish to block in the text box.
Under Communications, in the drop-down menu (TCP is deafult) select All
Click on the right chevron symbol to enter the URL/IP into the Selected Computers section.
Note: When using SEP SBE to block a URL, wildcards are not accepted. Only the specified URL will be blocked. i.e. If you entered www.facebook.com to be blocked, user will still be able to access www.facebook.com/USERNAME?hc_ref=NEWSFEED&fref=nf
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